City of Oakland Root Foaming Prioritization: Leveraging Existing Data
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Principal Engineer Carmel Area Wastewater District, California
The City of Oakland developed a root foaming prioritization model to assess the likelihood of root intrusion and provide prioritization on annual root foaming maintenance. The model leveraged existing data and provides the City with a repeatable and data-driven tool that delivers defensible maintenance decisions.
Identify ways to utilize existing data to inform maintenance decisions.
Explain how software (InfoMaster) can help to process and prioritize data to assist in decision making.
Explain how to develop a repeatable, defensible process that can be updated and refined as new data is available.